Category: Animals Used for Clothing
Burberry has refused to stop using snake and alligator skins in its clothing and accessories, despite its commitment to being “a force for good in the world.” Help PETA urge the brand to give stolen skins the boot.
After decades of pressure from persistent grassroots activists and PETA, Neiman Marcus Group will stop selling fur at Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman stores.
Students across the country are putting pressure on Neiman Marcus to end the sale of animals’ stolen fur. Learn how to add your voice to their cause!
PETA unveiled a 70-foot-high billboard in the middle of New York City, reminding people that leather is someone else’s skin and urging everyone to shop vegan.
PETA is honoring Prince on what would have been his 63rd birthday by sharing his anti-wool message with those who need to hear it most: the fashion industry.
After more than a decade of campaigning—including protests and runway disruptions—by PETA and our international affiliates, Valentino has announced that it will ban fur.
The Canada lynx is a threatened species, but a “special rule” deprives them of the protections of the Endangered Species Act. PETA and other groups are petitioning to close the loophole.
After Hermès executives refused to address PETA’s question at the company’s annual meeting, we called in some reinforcements wearing hazmat suits and high heels.
After enduring a life of pain and misery, these rescued animals finally found freedom at Animal Rahat’s lush new sanctuary. Find out how you can help save more.
Kering confirmed that its brands Balenciaga and Alexander McQueen are officially fur-free, leaving Saint Laurent and Brioni as the company’s only holdouts. Join Gillian Anderson in urging Kering to implement a fur-free ban across all of its fashion houses.
PETA bought shares in Levi’s to urge the denim brand to nix its leather patches. We’re sitting in on the virtual boardroom meeting!
Victory! New Zealand has made the compassionate move to ban the live export of millions of animals, a journey that is fraught with illness and death. Now, all eyes are on Australia to follow suit.
PETA kept the pressure on Saks to drop fur for over a decade, and the department store finally came to its senses and did the right thing.
The friendships Sara Britt made with sheep on a New South Wales farm came at a cost: seeing firsthand how the wool industry betrays these gentle animals.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind